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CRIME-SPECTOR/
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July 26, 2007
Music producer Phil Spector (C) sits during his murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court July 26,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Music producer Spector sits during his murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court
Music producer Phil Spector (C) sits during his murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court July 26, 2007. Spector, 67, the reclusive musical genius who pioneered the 1960's "Wall of Sound" recording technique, is accused of murdering 40-year-old Lana Clarkson on February 3, 2003, hours after meeting her at a Hollywood nightclub. REUTERS/Jamie Rector/Pool (UNITED STATES)
CRIME-SPECTOR/
RTR1SA2C
July 26, 2007
Music producer Phil Spector (C) sits during his murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court July 26,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Music producer Spector sits during his murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court
Music producer Phil Spector (C) sits during his murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court July 26, 2007. Spector, 67, the reclusive musical genius who pioneered the 1960's "Wall of Sound" recording technique, is accused of murdering 40-year-old Lana Clarkson on February 3, 2003, hours after meeting her at a Hollywood nightclub. REUTERS/Jamie Rector/Pool (UNITED STATES)
CRIME-SPECTOR/
RTR1SA24
July 26, 2007
Music producer Phil Spector sits during his murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court July 26, 2007....
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Music producer Phil Spector sits during his murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court
Music producer Phil Spector sits during his murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court July 26, 2007. Spector, 67, the reclusive musical genius who pioneered the 1960's "Wall of Sound" recording technique, is accused of murdering 40-year-old Lana Clarkson on February 3, 2003, hours after meeting her at a Hollywood nightclub. REUTERS/Jamie Rector/Pool (UNITED STATES)
SPECTOR/TRIAL
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June 11, 2007
Prosecution Attorney Alan Jackson (L) questions his witness Steve Renteria, a forensic scientist for...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Prosecution Attorney Alan Jackson questions forensic scientist Renteria during Phil Spector's murder...
Prosecution Attorney Alan Jackson (L) questions his witness Steve Renteria, a forensic scientist for the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, during music producer Phil Spector's murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court in Los Angeles, June 11, 2007. REUTERS/Jamie Rector/Pool (UNITED STATES)
SAN10D
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June 02, 2003
Talana Genho holds up a sign as she waits for her husband Chris to
return home from his deployment aboard...
San Diego, United States of America
WIFE OF SAILOR ON AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS CONSTELLATION AWAITS SHIPS
ARRIVAL.
Talana Genho holds up a sign as she waits for her husband Chris to
return home from his deployment aboard the aircraft carrier USS
Constellation at its homecoming at the Naval Air Station North Island
in San Diego, June 2, 2003. The ship's seven month deployment included
participation in the war in Iraq, in which the Constellation Carrier
Strike Group flew more than 1,500 missions, using more than 1 million
pounds of ordnance, including 408 Tomahawk cruise missiles. This was
the Constellation's last deployment as the warship will be
decommissioned. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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USA IRAQ
RTROQVI
June 02, 2003
The USS Constellation arrives for its final homecoming at Naval Air
Station North Island in San Diego,...
San Diego
AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS CONSTELLATION ARRIVES IN SAN DIEGO.
The USS Constellation arrives for its final homecoming at Naval Air
Station North Island in San Diego, June 2, 2003. The ship's seven month
deployment included participation in the war in Iraq, in which the
Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more than 1,500 missions, using
more than 1 million pounds of ordnance, including 408 Tomahawk cruise
missiles. This was the Constellation's last deployment as the warship
will be decommissioned. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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USA IRAQ
RTROQV4
June 02, 2003
Sailors crowd a deck as the aircraft carrier USS Constellation pulls
into Naval Air Station North Island...
San Diego
SAILORS ON AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS CONSTELLATION WELCOMED HOME IN SAN
DIEGO.
Sailors crowd a deck as the aircraft carrier USS Constellation pulls
into Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego for its homecoming,
June 2, 2003. The seven month deployment included participation in the
war in Iraq, in which the Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more
than 1,500 missions, using more than 1 million pounds of ordnance,
including 408 Tomahawk cruise missiles. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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USA IRAQ
RTROQUX
June 02, 2003
Sailors crowd a deck as the aircraft carrier USS Constellation pulls
into Naval Air Station North Island...
San Diego
SAILORS ON AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS CONSTELLATION WELCOMED HOME IN SAN
DIEGO.
Sailors crowd a deck as the aircraft carrier USS Constellation pulls
into Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego for its homecoming,
June 2, 2003. The seven month deployment included participation in the
war in Iraq, in which the Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more
than 1,500 missions, using more than 1 million pounds of ordnance,
including 408 Tomahawk cruise missiles. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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USA IRAQ
RTROQTW
June 02, 2003
Lucas Terry holds his son Tyler, 4 months, after he met him for the
first time after arriving home at...
San Diego
SAILOR FROM AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS CONSTELLATION WELCOMED HOME IN SAN
DIEGO.
Lucas Terry holds his son Tyler, 4 months, after he met him for the
first time after arriving home at Naval Air Station North Island in San
Diego June 2, 2003 on the aircraft carrier USS Constellation after
being deployed since last November. The seven month deployment included
participation in the war in Iraq in which the Constellation Carrier
Strike Group flew more than 1,500 missions, using more than 1 million
pounds of ordnance, including 408 Tomahawk cruise missles.
REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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USA IRAQ
RTROQTO
June 02, 2003
AB3 Jeremy Johnston plays with his sons Brandon, 6, (R) and Deven, 4,
upon his return from deployment...
San Diego
SAILOR OFF CONSTELLATION WELCOMED HOME IN SAN DIEGO.
AB3 Jeremy Johnston plays with his sons Brandon, 6, (R) and Deven, 4,
upon his return from deployment on the aircraft carrier USS
Constellation, at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, June 2,
2003. The seven month deployment included participation in the war in
Iraq, in which the Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more than
1,500 missions and used more than 1 million pounds of ordnance,
including 408 Tomahawk cruise missiles. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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USA IRAQ
RTROQTI
June 02, 2003
Raymond Hanna meets his 4-month-old daughter Antanae for the first
time, while his son Anthony, 5, and...
San Diego
SAILOR FROM USS CONSTELLATION MEETS DAUGHTER FOR FIRST TIME AFTER WAR
IN IRAQ.
Raymond Hanna meets his 4-month-old daughter Antanae for the first
time, while his son Anthony, 5, and Raymond Jr, 16, stand near him, at
Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, June 2, 2003. Hanna was
deployed on the USS Constellation for a seven-month deployment during
the war in Iraq. The Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more than
1,500 missions over Iraq and used more than one million pounds of
ordnance, including 408 Tomahawk cruise missles. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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USA IRAQ
RTROQT8
June 02, 2003
AB3 Jeremy Johnston plays with his sons Brandon, 6, (L) and Deven, 4,
upon his return from deployment...
San Diego
SAILOR OFF CONSTELLATION WELCOMED HOME IN SAN DIEGO.
AB3 Jeremy Johnston plays with his sons Brandon, 6, (L) and Deven, 4,
upon his return from deployment on the aircraft carrier USS
Constellation, at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, June 2,
2003. The seven month deployment included participation in the war in
Iraq, in which the Constellation Carrier Strike Group flew more than
1,500 missions and used more than 1 million pounds of ordnance,
including 408 Tomahawk cruise missiles. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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USA IRAQ
RTRMU4I
May 02, 2003
Seaman Jason Sweeney kisses his wife Frances after dissembarking from
the USS Abraham Lincoln, at Naval...
San Deigo, United States of America
SAILOR KISSES WIFE UPON ARRIVING HOME FROM WAR IN IRAQ NEAR USS ABRAHAM
LINCOLIN.
Seaman Jason Sweeney kisses his wife Frances after dissembarking from
the USS Abraham Lincoln, at Naval Air Station North Island in San
Diego, May 2, 2003 following a ten-month deployment that concluded with
the war in Iraq. The carrier will continue on to its home port of
Everett, Washington after unloading some of the 2,000 airwing support
personnel in San Diego. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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USA IRAQ
RTRMU2V
May 02, 2003
Family members Stella Joe (R) and Margaret Charlie (L),welcome sailor
Wesley Yazzie home at Naval Air...
San Diego, United States of America
SAILOR OFF ABRAHAM LINCOLN WELCOMED HOME IN SAN DIEGO.
Family members Stella Joe (R) and Margaret Charlie (L),welcome sailor
Wesley Yazzie home at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego May
2, 2003 after being deployed on the USS Abraham Lincoln CVN72 for the
last ten months. Yazzie is from Flagstaff, Arizona. REUTERS/Jamie
Rector

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Troops Return
RTRMS8I
May 01, 2003
Leslie Walther, (L) holds back her emotions as she waits for her
husband Curt Walther, a member of the...
Coronado
LESLIE WALTHER WITH SONS AWAIT ARRIVAL OF HER HUSBAND IN CORONADO
ISLAND.
Leslie Walther, (L) holds back her emotions as she waits for her
husband Curt Walther, a member of the U.S. Navy Black Knights of
Helicopter Squadron 4, to return home to Coronado Island, May 1, 2003.
Walter is holding her youngest son Sam, 7 months old, who has not met
his father yet. On the right is her other son Max, 8, who is waiting
for the go ahead to run out and greet his father's helicopter.
REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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IRAQ USA
RTRMS86
May 01, 2003
Ben Guevara kisses his girlfriend Charity Keyser upon return to
Coronado Island, California, May 1, 2003....
Coronado, United States of America
US AIRMAN KISSES GIRLFRIEND UPON RETURN TO HOME BASE AFTER WAR IN IRAQ.
Ben Guevara kisses his girlfriend Charity Keyser upon return to
Coronado Island, California, May 1, 2003. Guevara is a member of the
Black Knights of Helicopter Squadron 4, and was deployed for six months
during the war in Iraq. The couple started dating six months before
Guevara was deployed. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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Troops Return
RTRMS7Z
May 01, 2003
Joan Carlson waits to greet her daughter Sarah Carlson, a member of the
Black Knights of Helicopter Squadron...
Coronado
JOAN CARLSON WAITS FOR HER DAUGHTER AS TROOPS RETURN TO CALIFORNIA.
Joan Carlson waits to greet her daughter Sarah Carlson, a member of the
Black Knights of Helicopter Squadron 4, as troops return home to
Coronado Island, California, May 1, 2003. Carlson left last November to
meet up with the rest of the crew that left earlier in the year. "I
never thought I would send my daughter to war," said Joan Carlton,
"It's an exciting day." REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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IRAQ USA
RTRMS7T
May 01, 2003
Adam Oglesby (R) kisses his wife Melissa while holding his
four-month-old son Mason, in San Diego May...
Coronado, United States of America
US AIRMAN MEETS SON FOR FIRST TIME AFTER BEING DEPLOYED TO WAR IN IRAQ.
Adam Oglesby (R) kisses his wife Melissa while holding his
four-month-old son Mason, in San Diego May 1, 2003. Adam is a member of
the Black Knights of Helicopter Squadron 4, and returned home to
Coronado Island, after being deployed for ten months during the war in
Iraq. It was the first time that Oglesby had seen his son.
REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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IRAQ USA
RTRMS7P
May 01, 2003
Mike Strotheide lifts his eight-year-old son Ryan, while playing near
the helicopter of Ryan's brother...
Coronado, United States of America
US SOLDIER LIFTS HIS SON UPON RETURN HOME FROM WAR IN IRAQ.
Mike Strotheide lifts his eight-year-old son Ryan, while playing near
the helicopter of Ryan's brother Mark, who returned on the aircraft,
May 1, 2003. Mark is a member of the Black Knights of Helicopter
Squadron 4, which returned home to Coronado Island from the war in
Iraq. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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IRAQ USA
RTRKKCE
March 21, 2003
Hisako Motoyama, from Japan, stands in silence before the White House,
March 21, 2003 protesting the...
Washington, United States of America
ANTI-WAR PROTESTER SHOWS SIGN IN FRONT OF THE WHITE HOUSE.
Hisako Motoyama, from Japan, stands in silence before the White House,
March 21, 2003 protesting the war in Iraq. Motoyama is part of the
Women In Black organization based out of Tokyo, and has a good friend
stationed in Baghdad as a human shield. She has not heard from her
friend since March 16 and is worried. "I am too angry to shout," she
said. REUTERS/Jamie Rector

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